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action administrator affirmed agreement alienation alleged allowed amount answer appeal application assignment authority Bank Barb bill bond brought cause charge claim common condition consideration contract counsel creditors damages debt debtor decided decision decree deed defendant delivered directed Dissenting effect entered entitled evidence exception executed executor facts favor give given grant ground held Hill indorsed intention interest issue Johns judge judgment jury justice land license limited meaning ment mortgage necessary notice objection opinion owner paid parties passed payment person plaintiff possession premises present principle proceedings proved purchaser question reason received record recover referred relation rent respect respondent reversed river rule Statement statute sufficient suit supreme court taken term thereof tion took trial trustees valid verdict void Wend witness York
Strana 515 - This riparian right is property, and is valuable, and, though it must be enjoyed in due subjection to the rights of the public, it cannot be arbitrarily or capriciously destroyed or impaired. It is a right of which, when once vested, the owner can only be deprived in accordance with established law, and, if necessary that it be taken for the public good, upon due...
Strana 351 - We know of no case in which, a legislative act to transfer the property of A. to B. without hisv consent, has ever been held a constitutional exercise of legislative power in any state in the union. On the contrary, it has been constantly resisted as inconsistent with just principles, by every judicial tribunal in which it has been attempted to be enforced.
Strana 64 - State ; and if, after such cause of action shall have accrued, such person shall depart from and reside out of this State, the time of his absence shall not be deemed or taken as any part of the time limited for the commencement of such action.
Strana 389 - The defendant's duty arose out of the nature of his business, and the danger to others incident to its mismanagement. Nothing but mischief like that which actually happened could have been expected from sending the poison falsely labeled into the market; and the defendant is justly responsible for the probable consequences of the act.
Strana 137 - From the variety of cases relative to judgments being given in evidence in civil suits, these two deductions seem to follow as generally true: first, that the judgment of a court of concurrent jurisdiction, directly upon the point, is as a plea, a bar, or as evidence, conclusive, between the same parties, upon the same matter, directly in question in another court...
Strana 153 - rigorous [ * 51 ] examination. It is, certainly, always advisable fairly and plainly to state the truth. But if, upon investigation, the real transaction shall appear to be fair, though somewhat variant from that which is described, it would seem to be unjust and unprecedented to deprive the person claiming under the deed, of his real equitable rights, unless it be in favor of a person who has been, in fact, injured and deceived by the misrepresentation.
Strana 447 - If a feoffment be made upon this condition, that the feoffee shall not alien the land to any, this condition is void, because when a man is enfeoffed of lands or tenements he hath power to alien them to any person by the law. For if such a condition should be good, then the condition should oust him of all the power which the law gives him, which should be against reason, and therefore such a condition is void.
Strana 315 - ... a court of record, and shall be entitled to the same fees for his services in executing the warrant, to be collected in the same manner.
Strana 425 - No lease or grant of agricultural land, for a longer period than twelve years, hereafter, made in which shall be reserved any rent or service of any kind, shall be valid.
Strana 77 - His lordship then proceeded to say that the dependence or independence of covenants was to be collected from the evident sense and meaning of the parties, and that however transposed they might be in the deed, their precedency must depend on the order of time in which the intent of the transaction requires their performance.